Air Pollution Control Public Notices

Memphis Daily News Publication Date: October  4, 2017 

The Shelby County Health Department (Department), Pollution Control Section has received applications to construct or modify air contaminant sources at the following locations and of the following descriptions.  These permitting actions are not subject to the Prevention of Significant Air Quality Deterioration (PSD) requirements, as described in the Rules and Regulations of the State of Tennessee, Section 1200-3-9.01 (4)(a)2. 
 

Construction

Methodist Healthcare-Germantown Hospital
7691 Poplar Avenue, Memphis
Requesting a permit to construct a new 200 Horsepower boiler to replace a 150 Horsepower boiler.

Continental Cement Company LLC
2549 Channel Avenue, Memphis
Requesting a permit to construct a terminal for the distribution of cementitious materials.

 
Modification 

Valero Partners Memphis LLC
321 West Mallory Avenue, Memphis
Requesting a permit modification to increase the daily throughput limit of the existing internal floating roof tank used to store any process water or storm water.

 
JW Moore Printing Company
3011 Carrier Street, Memphis
Requesting a permit modification to install an additional offset printer.

Initial Filing

MAACO Collision Repair & Auto Painting
6397 Summergale Drive, Memphis
Requesting a permit to operate an automobile spray booth.

A copy of the application materials used by the Department is available for public inspection at the Pollution Control Section office, during normal business hours (8:00 am – 4:30 pm).  Interested parties are invited to review these materials and provide written comments. Written comments will be accepted for a period of thirty (30) calendar days after the date of this public notice at the following address:

Shelby County Health Department
Attn: Robert Rogers P.E., Technical Manager
814 Jefferson Ave. 
Memphis, TN 38105
(e-mail bob.rogers@shelbycountytn.gov)


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Memphis Daily News 
Publication Date: September 20, 2017 



PUBLIC NOTICE




St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
has applied to the Shelby County Health Department (SCHD), Pollution Control Section, to renew and modify their Title V major source operating permit. This facility is subject to the provisions of City of Memphis Code Section 16-77 [Reference Ru1es and Regulations of Tennessee, Rule 1200-3-9-.02 (11)] (frequently referred to as the Title V regulations).  A Title V operating permit is required by the Federal Clean Air Act and the City of Memphis Code.  This facility is located at 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, Tennessee.   Operations at this facility consist primarily of boilers, hospital/medical/infectious waste incinerator, and generator engines.

A copy of the application materials used by the Department and a copy of the draft permit are available for public inspection at the Pollution Control Section office during normal business hours (Mon.-Fri., 8:00 am – 4:30 pm).  Interested parties are invited to review these materials and provide written comments.  In addition, a public hearing may be requested at which written or oral presentations may be made.  To be considered, written comments or requests for a public hearing must be made within thirty (30) days after the date of this notice and should be addressed to:

Mr. Robert Rogers, Technical Manager
Pollution Control Section

Shelby County Health Department

814 Jefferson Ave.
Memphis, TN  38105
(e-mail bob.rogers@shelbycountytn.gov)

Individuals with disabilities who wish to review this information should contact the Department, Pollution Control Section, to discuss any auxiliary aids or services needed to facilitate such review.  Contact may be in person, in writing, by telephone, or other means, and should be made no less than ten days prior to the end of the public comment period to allow time to provide such aid or services. 

Questions concerning the source may be addressed to Mr. Bill Smith at the above referenced address or by calling (901) 222-9577 or by e-mail at bill.smith@shelbycountytn.gov

A proposed permit will be prepared for the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s review following response to any relevant comments.